According to The Verge, Google has recently signed deals with both Universal Music and Sony Music and the company plans to unveil a Spotify-like streaming service at I/O later today. The search giant already has a deal with Warner Music, so that means practically anything you want to listen to will be available in Google’s library.
Things we don’t know: How much will Google charge for the service? What will happen to your tracks should you stop paying for the service? Will it work across multiple devices? Will there be a free tier?
Hopefully we’ll get some answers. Again, I/O starts in less than 10 hours.